In 2006, Amy came to SCORE looking for help writing a “real” business plan to help her gain an understanding of how best to provide services to her clients. Through her business, she helps parents and other folks talk to children about sexuality, love, and relationships. With such a narrow niche, she needed a business plan to help her turn her business from a hobby into a going concern.
In the last three years Amy has most definitely become a business woman instead of a hobbyist!
• In 2008 was one of 25 Awardees of the National Sam Walton Emerging Entrepreneur Award from Sam’s Club and Count Me In For Women’s Economic Independence
•From 2006 to 2008 she has doubled her revenues every year
•Amy was Seattle Magazine’s “Local Authority” this September - a full page article all about her business!
• She has spoken at 11 conferences in the last year and a half, including her first Key Note for Healthy Start an organization that supports parenting teens
•Amy’s books, Birds + Bees + YOUR Kids and The Ask ANYTHING Journal were published this summer
•Noted author, Bettie Youngs has invited Amy to write a book for teens under her new imprint, Bobbie Books
• Amy has referred nearly every small business person she meets to SCORE because she knows how important it is to have knowledgeable, accessible and excellent support to grow your business